Hosting and operating the ARCHER2 service
Many of the articles about ARCHER2 contain a statement such as “ARCHER2 is hosted and operated by EPCC at the University of Edinburgh”. But what does this actually mean?
Energy-efficient quantum computing simulations
Jakub Adamski, a PhD student at EPCC, is investigating the benchmarking of classical simulations of quantum computing against real quantum hardware.
Giving business a competitive edge with HPC
Since our foundation, we have worked with commercial partners to bring them the competitive advantages of high performance computing.
Technology transfer: EuroCC@UK success stories
EPCC has carried out pilot studies with local start-ups Danu Robotics and Mercury Environmental Systems Ltd as part of a Europe-wide HPC network.
ARCHER2: the impact of CPU frequency on application performance
On the 12 December 2022 the default CPU frequency on ARCHER2 compute nodes was set to be 2.0 GHz.
Revolutionising recycling with AI
We’ve been providing computing and software support to start-up Danu Robotics, which aims to revolutionise the efficiency of the recycling sector with an AI-powered, vision-guided, robotic sorting
Free scientific computing courses for environmental scientists
Registration is now open for a series of free scientific computing courses for environmental scientists
The risk of unintended consequences
By Adrian Jackson and Andrew Turner.
Our AI capabilities extended with multi-million pound upgrade
Following the successful deployment of our Cerebras CS-1 system, the first to be launched in Europe, we have now replaced it with the CS-2.
Building world-class computational services for data-driven innovation
The Edinburgh International Data Facility has entered an exciting phase with the launch of new services and hardware - and there’s still more to come.